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Re: Part V. Advanced Concepts & Future Trends
Max The Magnificent   12/14/2012 1:08:56 PM
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@Dave: Doesn't rad hardening give enough protection in most cases?


Thsi is where things get complicated -- Rad-Hardening refers to doing things to the silicon -- lik eadding an epitaxial layer -- that helps prevent things like latchup


Creating rad-tolerant designs refers to the fact that radiation event swill occur and they will flop bits and suchlike, so creating your designs in such a way as to mitigate against these events



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